Earlier this year, representatives from 8 counties in northern Colorado voted to secede and create a new state. It likely won't come to fruition. But this sort of thing happens a lot more often than you might think. See how much you know about these states that never became states!
This exam was taken by middle schoolers in Bullitt County, Kentucky. The real test contained 58 questions and wasn't multiple choice. If you do really well, you might get a scholarship for high school.
They are the home of Roman gods and Latin phrases, rare birds and roaming buffalo...and one guy with a plow in an odd place. They are state seals. See how many of them you can identify in this quiz! (And no fair looking at the inside of your passport.)
Detroit recently made headlines by becoming the largest US city to declare bankruptcy. Now you can "go all in" by testing your knowledge on cash-strapped counties and busted burgs all over the US with our bankrupt cities quiz!
One perk to being legendary politician is having things named after you. The only problem: you are probably not alive to see it happen. Honor the legacies of past political figures by seeing how much you know about (the occasionally odd) things named after them.